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“Industry leading” LAC 2018 speakers unveiled by iGB Affiliate

The line-up of speakers set to feature at next week’s 2018 London Affiliate Conference (LAC), to be hosted at the ExCeL, has been announced by iGB Affiliate.

Set to be the biggest in its history, the event is due to welcome in excess of 5,000 delegates, of which it has been stated 3,500 will be affiliates, through its doors.

Andor Palau, the Head of SEO at Peak Ace AG and a renowned expert for large scale international SEO, takes part in two talks, titled “Welcome to a new world: Crawling, indexing & ranking in the age of mobile-first!” and the “SEO Rockstar Panel.”

Peter Bassill, Hedgehog Security founder and Chief Executive Officer, is to also address delegates in London in a discussion titled “top 5 ways firms were hacked in 2017.”

Other high-profile names such Helen Southgate, Managing Director at Acceleration Partners, Senior SEO Manager Manuel Martinez from The Stars Group and Matt Beswick, Co-Founder of Aira, will be speaking during the four-day event.

Shona ODonnell, iGaming Business’ head of operations, said: “We can’t wait to welcome these highly-esteemed speakers to London and we hope the delegates will enjoy hearing what they have to say.

“The lessons our delegates can learn from these industry experts will make a real difference and they can put it into practice as soon as they return from the conference.

“The event is getting bigger every year and the fact we’re able to entice this calibre of speaker is proof of our rapid growth.”

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